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Success is possible
Malaria is an old disease, but it has been eradicated from the USA, Europe and much of South Asia and Latin America. Efforts to end malaria stopped before malaria in Africa was brought under control. Now a crisis.
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Comprehensive integrated approach
Much is known about malaria and the mosquito which is its vector. Modern science already has provided ways to mitigate the burden of malaria, but no single intervention on its own is enough.
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Scientific data and management information
Using scientific data and management information, it is possible to design an intervention strategy that has the least cost cost and produces the maximum of results.
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Something about malaria and mosquito science
The scientific information about malaria and mosquitoes is substantial and sufficient for effective action.
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Something about different countries
In every country there are specific situations. These arise because of history, the biology and the ecology, the policy and the politics and the economics. Some of the data are collected in this section.
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Economics of Malaria
Simple economic analysis shows the impact of malaria on economic performance. The short slide set introduces some of the economic elements:
PDF slideshow about Economics of Malaria (Version re: Liberia July 2005)

Malaria
Malaria is a killer disease. According to WHO and UNICEF about 3,000 children die every day from malaria in Africa. Pregnant women are also at risk of death from malaria. Malaria is a health crisis ... and one that should never have been. Malaria can be prevented with techniques that have been available for decades, but we have chosen up to now, not to use all available tools, with the result that millions are dying needlessly
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